An instructor and postdoctoral researcher in engineering education, Campbell R. Bego, PhD, PE, is interested in improving STEM student learning and gaining understanding of STEM-specific learning mechanisms through controlled implementations of evidence-based practices in the classroom. Dr. Bego has an undergraduate Mechanical Engineering degree from Columbia University, a Professional Engineering license in the state of NY, and a doctorate in Cognitive Science.
Dr. Immekus is associate professor in the Department of Educational Leadership, Evaluation, and Organizational Development.
Jeffrey L. Hieb is an Associate Professor in the Department of Engineering Fundamentals at the University of Louisville. He graduated from Furman University in 1992 with degrees in Computer Science and Philosophy. After 10 years working in industry, he returned to school, completing his Ph.D. in Computer Science Engineering at the University of Louisville’s Speed School of Engineering in 2008. Since completing his degree, he has been teaching engineering mathematics courses and continuing his dissertation research in cyber security for industrial control systems. In his teaching, Dr. Hieb focuses on innovative and effective use of tablets, digital ink, and other technology and is currently investigating the use of the flipped classroom model and collaborative learning. His research in cyber security for industrial control systems is focused on high assurance field devices using microkernel architectures.
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